Dan Snyder Splurges On State-Of-The-Art, $25 Million Viewing Center For Redskins To Watch Playoffs

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Updated: January 1, 2015

LANDOVER, MD – Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder proudly cut the ribbon today on his franchise’s new $25 million, state-of-the-art viewing center from which his team will be able to relax in first-class luxury while watching the 2015 NFL playoffs on any of the site’s fifteen massive high definition monitors.

Synder: "bulldozing a Native American burial ground to build this center totally honors Indian culture."

Synder: “Bulldozing a Native American burial ground to build this center totally honors Indian culture.”

 

“’The Washington Redskins Official Team Center for Playoff Viewing’ is now open,“ Snyder announced, beaming. “This facility is the finest, most extravagant structure of its kind in the National Football League. No expense has been spared to ensure that all of our players, coaches, and staff will be able to watch every single game of the playoffs in unprecedented comfort and style.“

 

The center boasts five screening rooms, each equipped with three massive 100” 4K ultra HD screens, a high end Meyer Sound cinema loudspeaker system, fine Italian leather sofas and reclining chairs, a gourmet kitchen and delicatessen, as well as three fully stocked bars featuring premium beer, wine, and liquor imported from around the globe.

 

“I gotta admit, this place is pretty sweet,” said QB Robert Griffin III, while carrying an oversized Asian flank steak sandwich on Roquefort cheesebread and a 24 oz. chilled mug of Vieille Bon Secours Belgian ale. “To be honest, I was just planning on staying home and watching the games on my old Sony Plasma with a tuna melt from Subway. But this is definitely a much cooler way to see the OOPS” (at which point Griffin slipped, spilled his lunch, and refractured his ACL).

 

“The Washington Redskins are one of the NFL’s most prestigious franchises, and as such, we deserve only the finest facility from which to watch all the thrilling January football excitement,” Snyder concluded. “So I am incredibly proud of this Playoff Viewing Center, and I look forward to sitting right here and enjoying countless hours of post season NFL action for many, many years to come.”

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  1. Maverick Mopete

    January 1, 2015 at 12:35 pm

    While this is certainly humorous, I feel like it’s worth mentioning that the ACL is a Tendon, not a bone, and therefore is more likely to be torn instead of fractured.

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